Here are some of the best articles, links, and new products that I have spotted online in the past week or so which have some relevance to Apple products and disabled or chronically ill users …
Good heavens it’s nearly September … how did that happen?
OS X Links
How to use parental controls on iPhone and iPad: The ultimate guide. These have tons of accessibility uses!
Linda Mamer has compiled a list of 30-plus apps for orientation and mobility for visually impaired, blind, and deaf blind users.
Tecla have written an article called “9 Surprising Things Quadriplegics can do with an iPhone or iPad“. Readers of this blog will probably find none of the entries surprising – I didn’t – but it’s a good article for a general audience!
BigBrowser App: Making Internet Navigation Easier for Individuals with Low Vision.
Robert Rummel-Hudson’s daughter Schuyler, an AAC user, has written her first published essay: To the people like me. Great to see writing out there by AAC users.
Bookshare are looking for volunteers to test their new website and web reader, especially those with learning and physical disabilities. You can fill out Bookshare’s volunteer questionnaire to offer your services.
Jane Farrall has updated her Picture Books for Older Readers list.
Here on ATMac
New article for this week:
Only one new article as I was busy this week, but there are two more in the iBeacons series which are completely finished and ready to publish next week so stay tuned.
Also significantly updated this week was the article iPhone and iPad Speech Recognition: 3 Ways To Speak To Your iDevice.
Did you see anything else online that I missed? Leave a comment or drop me a line!